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Dorsh – “Je t’aime”

‘Je t’aime’ is the first single off my debut album Neopolitan which is slated to be released on Tuesday May 1, 2012. This record in particular was born from the inspiration of Serge Gainsbourg et Jane Birkin’s 1969, #1 UK hit single, “Je t’aime (moi non plus)”. I figured with today being Valentines day, a day that embodies the significance, meaning, and understanding of love, it was only appropriate to share. Please, fulljoy the message and the wonderful emotions that ‘true love’ arouse. Bless up!

Verse:
Love,
you betrayed me
but showed me life, you’re
so amazing, I

See I don’t
know what to do
member I’ll
always love you

If we take a while
and sort it out, baby
I know we’ll find the truth

Chorus (x2):
See I wanna love you
til’ our ending days

and I wanna kiss you
til’ our lips break

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Andrew Clancy x James Vincent McMorrow – ‘We Don’t Eat’

As you all know, here at Dorshmusic we celebrate the people behind the camera that bring songs into delightful visual existence. Having spent the last week in New York, I can feel every sentiment expressed in this video. I have spent my life traveling the world and I must say, there’s no place like New York. Fulljoy these visuals from director Andrew Clancy and music from Irishman James Vincent McMorrow. Bless up!

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Oreo Jones – “Stay Away”

Earlier this month I was approached by one of nap towns finest MC’s Oreo Jones to help produce a track for x103’s tribute album to Nirvana’s “Nevermind”. The outline was simple, it asked,  “if you woke up one morning and wrote a song off of the Nevermind album, what would the song sound like?” When we initially listened to the track it definitely brought back childhood memories, but we wanted to take things in a different direction. We knew that we were nirvana fans, but looking through our current music selections we realized that our taste had changed overtime. After contemplating for hours and lighting our last stick of ‘incense’ (haha) we decided to write completely original music but keep Cobain’s emotions. “Stay away”  is very dark, and at times angry recording, but Oreo is a gentle wolf,  so the two just didn’t mix… We played around with some sounds and drum patterns, and finally it clicked… Long story short, this is what we came up with and I couldn’t be happier!

Oreo Jones ft. Lisa Berlin – “Stay Away

I want to give special thanks to Lisa Berlin for supplying the beautiful background vocal harmonies, Chris Kellar for being the most passionate and amazing drummer I know, and Oreo for sticking it out for long hours at my studio. Also, I want to thank X103 for this amazing opportunity, all the other bands that participated in the making of this wonderful album, the Pop Machine for lending their talents, and Kurt Cobain for a lifetime of genius of recordings. Bless up!

You can download the entire album HERE!!

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